No that is just another of your many lies throughout many threads. It was answered in post 466. Oh grow up Rajesh, you are acting like a spoilt little girl. Really how old are you? Let me once again explain it to you, Estimations on the numbers of stars in our galaxy vary between 100 billion and 400 billion...... Now which number was there an increase inferred on in the article. The article speaks of distribution of population numbers above and below the galactic center, and in line with the corrugations. [Oh and btw, no Super Suns were mentioned....nudge, nudge, wink, wink Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!] And if there was an increase in numbers [which is always up for refinement, since counting the numbers of stars is impossible] it would certainly be well within the current estimate parameters of 100 and 400 billion. No mention at all of total population of stars increasing, just as no professors ever said that a Kerr BH and its mass does not spin] All this exercise is, is just a continuation of the childish nonsense in earlier threads I referenced plus your crazy notions in general about BHs That plus your many inferences, re the supposed errors in modern day cosmology and the mistakes are evidence that you are no more than another anti mainstream science troll, with plenty of talk, plenty of handwaving nonsensical scenarios, ,plenty of arrogance, but no evidence at all or references to support your view...the view of a lay person with delusions of grandeur based on less then 12 months perusal of probably crank material.